Chronically elevated blood sugars can also damage nerves that tell muscles how to move. This can lead to muscle weakness. You may have difficulty walking or getting up from a chair. You may have difficulty grabbing things or carrying things with your hands.

Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy (DPN)

Evidence of neurodegenerative disease has been found in the peripheral nerves of diabetics. Currently more than 50% of diabetic patients develop some form of peripheral nerve disease, which can lead to loss of sensation, tingling, pain, limb amputation, and death. No FDA-approved treatment exists for diabetic neuropathy, a condition that afflicts over half of [...]

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